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selecting a few files on Hand Brake??


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Hello.
I am new to handbrake and I have a question. I am using the up to date version first off.

I have a DVD of a bunch of movies that I have made. I want to rip them each as separate files. However, they are not just saved as one VOB file. For example, one of my movies is spanned out through three VOB files (as well as the other smaller files that go with it). In Handbrake I can only select a whole folder/DVD or one file. Is there a way to select a group of files?

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You could always rip the files separately and then use iMovie to "stitch" them together.


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Hmmm... true. What would I then save it as in iMovie if I then want to put them on my iPod?
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Which version of iMovie do you have? In iMovie 06, you select the Share --> iPod option. Then drag the video into iTunes. With iMovie 08 you can just hit the Share --> iTunes button and then throw the video onto your iPod.


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thank you for your help. That solves my problem.

why is it that handbrake does not allow you to select titles. It is like, all or one.... or nothing.
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That's because it usually assumes that you want the entire movie when you rip it. Handbrake is very useful when ripping TV shows though, which I find great as I can then carry them around on my iPhone.

Plus, you can rip the entire movie and then edit it to your heart's content via iMovie, which I guess the Handbrake developers assumed you would have on your machine.


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ahh I see.
well yes, iMovie is very helpful with that.
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